" Join Julie Andrews in a live concert evening of the songs she made famous on the stage and in motion pictures as well as those songs which she loves. This glittering one-woman show captures her talent and vivacious personality, up-close, as she performs her Broadway classics and songs from the English music hall tradition." Topics: vhs, "Camelot", "Le Jazz Hot", "Thoroughly Modern Millie", etc. Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Men of Bronze SummaryTells the story of the U S Army's 359th regiment. Uses rare photographs, film from the National Archives of the United States and France and interviews of veterans to show how the regiment brought American jazz to Europe. Shows two examples of controlled manipulation with test groups in the laboratory in order to explain the basic logic of experimentation in psychology. Topics: United States. Army. Infantry Regiment, 369th, World War, 1914-1918, World War, 1914-1918, Jazz
Presented by the Department of Theatre and Film, Pennsylvania State University. Producer/director: Christian Stoianovich. Director of cinematography: Charles Shoemaker. Writer: David Samuelson Investigates the rudiments, techniques, and styles of jazz dance. Documents rehearsals and warm-up sessions and climaxes in a performance of Angles of Impact by the Jazz Dance Theatre at Penn State University Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Jazz dance, Dance, Dance Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
byBabatunde Olatunji, Michael; Dallie; WCAU-TV (Television station : Philadelphia, Pa.); Carousel Films
Produced by WCAU. Hosts, Babatandu Olatunji and Dallie Traces the development of music from its primative origins to the 20th century; for example, pointing out the origins of the blues in the forests and savannahs of Africa. Looks at the ancient musical art of body percussion, showing how a simple drumbeat is laid down, improvised upon, and added to. From the Tell It Like It Was series Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Music, Jazz music, African American history, Black history, American... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Commentary by Duke Ellington Traces lesser streams of American music such as the hoedown, square dance, and hillbilly song. Tex Ritter at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry discusses country music. A close relation, folk music, is discussed and performed by Peter, Paul, and Mary Summary Traces the development of popular music or jazz in American history and life. Presents pictures and reproduced music that show the African and European roots in New Orleans jazz and gospel./ia metadata... Topics: 16mm Film, Series: American music, from folk to jazz and pop., Educational Film, Popular music,... Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Category: Drive-In Movie Ads Title: Dr. Pepper Jazz (from Drive-In Movie Ads) Length- 1:05 Sound: Yes (enhanced) Color Description: A color animation with a jazz theme enticing viewers to visit the snack bar to pick up some treats and a Dr. Pepper of course. The animation ends and Jill sings us -a friendly pepper upper with a tasty beat-. 'Frosty man, frosty' This clip is from a compilation of drive-in intermission films found here on Internet Archives in the Drive-In Movie Ads section. Most... Topics: color, film, drive-in, movie, ad, advertisement, snack bar, animation, dr pepper, jazz, be bop,...